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New House of the Dragon clip shows a first look at a familiar anti-dragon weapon

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At Leavesden Studios, production on Season 2 of House of the Dragon is still going strong, and it already appears like it will be considerably more action-packed than Season 1. The story, settings, costumes, and actors have all been revealed in great detail by some enigmatic ravens on a regular basis. The most recent information is that further battle sequences are on the way and will be shot soon.

The Scorpion makes a return in a new House of the Dragon leak

The Scorpion was one of the most powerful man-made weapons in Westeros that could hurt a dragon. We saw it in use in plenty against Daenerys’ dragons in Game of Thrones, and a new clip from UnBoxPHD shows the weapon will be used a lot more in the second season of House of the Dragon.

Some more pictures of the set at Leavesden Studios

The UnBoxPHD YouTube channel also shared a couple of pictures of the set in construction on Twitter. As you can clearly see, the Red Keep has been expanded a lot more, and Scorpions are placed on the walls for protection against dragon attacks.

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